Jan 20, 2013 8:00am PST
a car. >> now but president obama has officially been now that president obama has been officially sworn in that this is his last 100 years. >> this is the day of days. >> the president. >> here comes the inaugural parade. >> are you for rprepared? >> yes >> place your hand on the bible. raise your right hand. repeat after me. by jimmy carter, i clinton. hi, solemnly swear (music) to execute the office of the president of the united states. to the best of my ability. >> congratulations, to a second term as a leader for america. the constitution. >> lyndon johnson and taking the jet >> the flags at half staff. the entire roosevelts staff will stay in office. >> so help me god. there are so help me god >> so help me god. (music) the entire country is behind him you'll. > keeping an eye on the weather, we will see such a conditions in the lake tahoe tire chain laws are in effect. and for the bay area, taking a look we are expecting plenty of sunshine. some light rain. >> we are going to wrap things up. >> thank you for joining us and we will see you again tomorrow. (music). ♪ ♪ i'm half
Jan 18, 2013 5:00am EST
. everything is already in place. so crowds aren't expected to be quite as large as president obama's first inauguration. police and secret service have taken lessons from that day four years ago. and are promising a more positive and visitor friendly experience when it kims to making -- comes to making it down here to the mall. while thousands already have their tickets tightened, many are still -- to attend, many are still searching and the black market is capitalizing as always selling tickets which ought to be free. >> craigslist and ebay, not to sell inaugural tickets for money. >> you would think that if booby prize we could get a few more tickets. >> reporter: now, that was d.c. delegate eleanor holmes norton who was dishing out her tickets passing them out to lottery winners. so she passed them out to some lucky d.c. residents. each representative received 200 tickets, senators received 400 tickets, if you got your hands on a golden ticket and heading down here to the mall. i'll tell you what you need to know in regards to security coming up at 5:30. back to you mike? >> all right.
Jan 16, 2013 11:00pm PST
for years and that thingbe doesn't deserve to be on television. look he got in things that had nothing to do with guns. they went after obama's kids. >> greg: no, they didn't. >> eric: they didn't. >> bob: yes, they did. >> greg: no, no no, no. >> bob: you interrupted me. >> greg: i'm going to interrupt you again. i said this points two weeks ago. when rahm emanuel was going off aboutbe guns his kids are protected at a school. same with obama's kids. same with david gregory's kids. obama could have won over a lot of people if he said i want every child to be as safe as mine. that means to have security. that's all he has to say. he didn't say that. everybody had the right to have their kids as safe as president obama's. that is not a cheap ad. that is a factual ad. >> bob: they should have protection, secret service, every child has that. >> eric: we are talking about -- >> bob: this is a quaker school that does not have armed guards. >> eric: they have security. >> bob: not armed guards. >> andrea: aclu says this infringes on the kid's rights. how? the right to get shot up by a mad man? you
Jan 19, 2013 3:00am EST
said, "man, this pepper shaker is so 16-year-old boy with a cheesy mustache." just saying. neil: as we all know president obama likes whole foods especially the arugula. president's health care law after apologizing calling it fascism. he is still not a fan. co-ceo john mackay would like to leave health care to the private sector but have companies that care about people handle it. that was essentially his new book, consensus. conscious capitalism. all about that. this is the guy all about doing the right thing. john, good to have you. >> thanks, good to be here, neil. neil: we were briefly trying to get to the bottom of the break when you started to getting vocal on these issues. i think you always have been. you have a very strong point of view when it came to the role of government and the private sector. what brought it out or got it really big? was it the campaign? >> i don't think so. i mean, i was very concerned about the health care law. i thought it was going to be bad for business. >> why? >> it will drive up costs. neil: you saw that a lot sooner than a lot of ceos. what got